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"That was quite a performance."
Peggy Carter[src]

Captain America's USO Shows were a series of live-entertainment performances made by Steve Rogers, assuming the identity of "Captain America", as a public symbol of the role of the United States of America during World War II.


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Steve Rogers was chosen to embody the role of the United States as a propaganda figure during World War II due to his heroic victory over the HYDRA spy, Heinz Kruger, in the streets of New York City. The event made the front page in many newspapers, and Senator Brandt realized he had potential as a public symbol to boost the morale of the nation, and promote the purchase of War Bonds.

Rogers joined the USO and began touring the nation in a colorful costume as "Captain America", accompanied by a chorus named the Star Spangled Singers, who also danced and playfully gushed in the presence of the Captain. The shows were fully orchestrated and at one point a band of marching drummers would also join the stage. The big finale featured confetti cannons and Cap lifting a motorcycle ridden by showgirls.


Rogers' shows included Rogers' speech about the role of the common citizen during the war, a dancing show by the Star Spangled Singers, feats showing Rogers' strength, a climatic moment when Captain America punched another actor portraying Adolf Hitler and the possibility of getting an autograph or a photo with Captain America.

Rogers' success during these shows led to promotional movies and comics about "Captain America"'s adventures during World War II[1], and even a radio series entitled The Captain America Adventure Program.[2] However when Rogers took the tour to soldiers on the front lines, he was openly mocked and the soldiers demanded the dancing girls come back.

The tour ended when Rogers saved the lives of nearly 400 imprisoned soldiers and finally entered the war like he had always dreamed and intended.[1]

Star Spangled Man

Star Spangled Man is the main song was played through Captain America's shows, sang by the Star Spangled Singers.


Who’s strong and brave, here to save the American Way?
Who vows to fight like a man for what’s right night and day?
Who will campaign door-to-door for America,
Carry the flag shore to shore for America,
From Hoboken to Spokane,
The Star Spangled Man with a Plan!
We can’t ignore there’s a threat and a war we must win,
Who’ll hang a noose on the goose-stepping goons from Berlin?
Who will redeem, heed the call for America,
Who’ll rise or fall, give his all for America,
Who’s here to prove that we can?
The Star Spangled Man with a Plan!
Stalwart and steady and true,
(see how this guy can shoot, we tell ya, there’s no substitute!)
Forceful and ready to defend the
Red, White, and Blue!
Who’ll give the Axis the sack, and is smart as a fox?
(far as an eagle will soar)
Who’s making Adolph afraid to step out of his box?
(He knows what we’re fighting for!)
Who waked the giant that napped in America?
We know it’s no-one but Captain America,
Who’ll finish what they began?
Who’ll kick the Krauts to Japan?
The Star Spangled Man with a Plan!
(Who’s strong and brave, here to save the American way?!)


  • By the time Rogers joined World War II by rescuing a group of prisoners of war in Austria, he had knocked "Adolf Hitler" over 200 times.
  • In his speeches, Captain Rogers would encourage the purchase of "Series E Defense Bonds". This is incorrect for the time period, as they were only called Defense Bonds until 1942. From 1942-1945, they were known as "Series E War Bonds".

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